Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Variety of events await returning alumni June 4 • Speakers' lives promise valuable commencement • Jentsch takes vote of future seniors in class elections • Mazurkiewicz gets 'Lantern' editorship • Ursinus to award honorary degrees in annual ceremony • Rosicrucians admit four senior girls to full membership • Y plans activities for 1949-50 season at spring retreat • Forum group plans next year's roster; H. Isaacs to speak • Health group plans Pfahler conference • Musicians nominate choices for office • Cub and Key to celebrate tenth anniversary in June • Curtain Club chooses Tom Swan to serve as 1949-1950 president • WSGA to hold banquet • IRC elects officers • Editorial: chapel system • New IRC prexy asks for student interest • Y provides center with changed face by paint, furniture • Bear males take off in revealing take off • Three records fall on Patterson Field in meet with Lehigh • Excellent record shows merits of lady mentor • Rally beats bruins in 5-4 Drexel game • Softballers defeat Albright coeds 12-6 in Reading contest • Ursinus men place fourth in invitation track meet • Bear nine drops pair in final home stand • Local netmen split; secure initial win • Double loss befalls girls' tennis squad • Interdorm softball playoffs to feature Stine and Curtis II • Dragons defeat golfers 5-4 in closing match of season • Tennis competition proves keen as coed jayvees drop 3-2 match • Barnard College considers honor system • Folklore group discusses Pennsylvania German traits

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Alumni Day, commencement, Max Jentsch, Albert Mazurkiewicz, Lantern, YMCA, YWCA, Rosicrucians, Harold R. Isaacs, Music club, Cub and Key society, Curtain Club, Tom Swan, student government, alumni, International Relations Club, Eleanor Frost Snell, track team, baseball, softball, tennis, golf, Pennsylvania German Folklore Society


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 48, Number 25.

Betty Leeming, editor-in-chief

The Ursinus Weekly, May 23, 1949



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